When the InterContinental San Francisco
opened its doors last year in SF's vibrant South of Market area (SOMA), the property caused quite the stir. A tower of translucent cool-blue soaring 32 stories above the city skyline, the InterContinental San Francisco is already a San Francisco landmark. All 550 rooms are contemporary and sophisticated, appointed with flat screen televisions, hi-speed and wifi internet, iPod docking stations, and floor to ceiling windows affording spectacular views of the City by the Bay. Dine at Luce
and enjoy the flavors of Tuscany combined with the seasonal freshness of Napa and Sonoma, created by talented Executive Chef Dominique Crenn, who Esquire
magazine named Best Chef of the Year 2008. The hotel's I-Spa also gets rave reviews. To celebrate its first birthday, the hotel
is offering a special package that goes for $88 per person and includes overnight accommodations, parking, breakfast for two at Luce
restaurant, two cocktails at Bar 888, a spa gift bag, and 20 percent off any spa service. Frommer's points out
that a similar trip would easily set you back $200 per person. Available until March 31, 2009.